Naples. Italy. Farnese Bull (Toro Farnese), detail showing Amphion or Zethus, holding the bull by the horns. Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli.
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Naples. Italy. The Farnese Bull (Toro Farnese), detail showing Amphion or Zethus, holding the bull by the horns. Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli. National Archaeological Museum of Naples. The Farnese Bull aka Group with the torment of Dirce, from the Baths of Caracalla in Rome (2nd/3rd century A.D.) Detail showing one of the brothers Amphion or Zethus, sons of Antiope, holding the bull by the horns whilst the other ties Dirce to the animal. Gruppo con il supplizio di Dirce. (190-210 d.C) Inv. 6002.